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onkyo TX-NR626

post #1 of 8
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hi i am having a few issues with onkyo, I have set up the ps3 and Blu-ray player to accept hd sound format.

but I have nothing coming up on the amp please help

post #2 of 8
You're going to have to explain more. What connections are you using? HDMI? or? What did you do in the PS3 and your Blu-Ray disc player to send hd to the avr (the PS3 and BDP units are sources, so they don't literally accept anything). What did you do to setup the avr to handle the input? Are you getting video okay?
post #3 of 8
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hdmi for all inputs, the ps3 was set all audio to auto and the Blu-ray was set to pcm the video is fine just cant get hd audio working

post #4 of 8
HDMI from PS3 and BluRay to AVR then to hdmi from avr to tv? Is this all new gear to you or something changed recently? On the PS3 you used Sound Settings>Audio Output Settings>HDMI>Automatic? Did you set Video Settings for BD/DVD audio? The PS3 is slim or fat version? Which BluRay player? Why pcm on the BluRay?

You might search for hdmi issues for that Onkyo model, some Onkyos have had issues; don't know if that would be an audio only issue, though (think it was more complete hdmi board failure).
post #5 of 8
Thread Starter 

upgraded from a denon 3802 amp, the bluray is a Samsung BD-F5500 the ps3 was set up how it should be.

no issues all other sound formats work apart from hd ones

post #6 of 8
You made sure that for each input on the Onkyo that they're set to HDMI rather than optical etc? Running out of ideas, hopefully someone else will have some (you might also find the official 626 thread and post there too). Do you get audio from any source, try the digital coax/optical inputs or composite inputs? Check the 626 manual troubleshooting section?
post #7 of 8
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right will try all that thanks for your help

post #8 of 8
If you're not getting any audio with just plug-n-play, you may want to refer to the manual and do the microprocessor reset procedure.
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